Tag Archives: conservative

CO Officials Talk Trump Budget Proposal

President Donald Trump released his budget for the fiscal year 2018 yesterday to mixed reviews, including those from Colorado elected officials. Proponents of the budget applauded trumps fiscal conservativeness, while opponents say the budget goes too far in cutting programs that specifically go to benefit the middle and lower class, like Medicaid. Some critics of the budget are also questioning the accuracy of its figures, claiming that some of the Continue reading

Republicans Pushing for Education Changes

co-state-capitol-300Colorado Republicans are using their new power in the state Legislature to push through conservative proposals to change public education – but many of the proposals stand little chance of becoming law. From private-school tax Continue reading

Gardner, Udall Hold 2nd Debate this Week

mark-udall-300gardnerIt’s another day, another debate in Colorado’s nationally watched U.S. Senate race. Democratic Senator Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Representative Cory Continue reading

Film On Governor Hickenlooper Sparks Ethics Investigation

JOHN-HICKENLOOPER-300An upcoming film about Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is under review by state officials considering its finances.  The secretary of state’s office is scheduled to hear a complaint about the upcoming short documentary likely to criticize the Democratic governor.  At issue is whether the conservative group making the film should Continue reading

Kinkaid to Talk Cap and Trade on Amy Oliver Show

John KinkaidMoffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid will be a guest on the Amy Oliver Show tomorrow morning.  The show is a conservative radio talk program in Greeley, and Oliver has been a featured guest speaker in Northwest Colorado.  Kinkaid says they will be discussing President Obama’s upcoming cap and trade system he plans to force on power plants in the U.S.  The president Continue reading